Collaborative relationships are the key to effective teams. New goals, different team members, and changing roles, structures and accountability are realities that can generate poor performance. Faulty work relationships often result in conflict that impacts every aspect of delivering projects on plan and on budget. It is not the lack of knowledge, skills or motivation, but the mismanagement of relationships that creates the greatest cost to work teams.
People are complex, and that can make interacting with others challenging. At times, it can be downright impossible – but it doesn’t have to be that way. You can equip teams to succeed. Give them the tools to take initiative, innovate, and make smart decisions. Give them the Core Strengths advantage.
Core Strengths integrates the communication of three business priorities:
■ People – a concern for helping and developing others
■ Performance – a concern for directing action and achieving results
■ Process – a concern for establishing clear and meaningful order
What is Core Strengths role for client companies?
“A large bank was concerned that its managers weren’t being accountable for problems in their branches. They were referring too many interpersonal conflicts to Human Resources. Core Strengths improved their interpersonal skill ratings by 67%. Additionally, a subsequent study showed that these managers cut the amount of time they spent dealing with conflict by 25%. When the managers chose to take accountability for their high-stakes situations, they not only improved real-time results, they also cut their employee turnover rate in half.”
– Case Study of International Society for Performance Improvement
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